Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre Exhibition

Panorama image of yellow, turquoise, and purple room with art framed on the wall
Until May 29, 2020

The #WeAreIndigenous exhibit lives on remotely: follow the hashtag on Instagram and Facebook or visit\

Rethink. Reorder. Reimagine. 


Storytelling in its diverse expression - whether through song and dance, performance, film, fashion, painting, beadwork, or other forms of creative expression - is a visionary process in that it challenges us to rethink, reorder, and reimagine the world. Storytelling provides us with ingenuity that echoes the voices of ancestors, speaking to the histories, experiences, and lifeways that made them the people they were. 

The beauty of interconnection, the lessons and challenges of the day-to-day, provide a glimpse of who we could become. Building on themes of temperal continuity, activation, and relatedness, #WeAreIndigenous foregrounds the creative sovereignty of each artist while also exploring the culturally grounded specificities that resonate between them. 

Featuring the original artwork of James M. Wilson, Niigaanii, and M. Hungrywolf. 

Created in partnership with Humber College's Aboriginal Resource Centre. 



Instagram and Facebook: #WeAreIndigenous
Target Audience: 
All ages
Humber College's Aboriginal Resource Centre